Nottingham Forest will be hoping to return to winning ways tomorrow night, as the Reds prepare to take on AFC Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium.
The Reds were defeated by Barnsley on Saturday afternoon, with late goals from Callum Styles and Cauley Woodrow securing an important home win for the Tykes.
Forest’s next five games come against current top-six sides, with their first clash coming against second-placed AFC Bournemouth away from home.
Bournemouth have enjoyed a fine start to life back in the Championship under Jason Tindall, and came from two goals down to defeat Reading 4-2 at the weekend.
The Cherries are in good form, and it will be a big ask for Hughton’s men to return to winning ways and leave the South Coast with all three points tomorrow evening.
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Here, we take a look at the latest team news from the Forest camp ahead of tomorrow’s fixture…
There are no new fresh injury concerns for the Reds following Saturday’s defeat at Oakwell.
Will Swan will travel with the first-team squad, after impressing for the Under-23s this season. He has scored eight goals for Andy Reid’s side.
Harry Arter is in contention to play against his former club after being left on the bench at the weekend, following his withdrawal from international duty last week.
Samba Sow missed the weekend’s trip to Oakwell due to a hamstring injury, but Hughton has recently said that he will be back “very soon”, as will Michael Dawson.
Elsewhere, Lewis Grabban is still recovering from a hip problem, and Joe Worrall and Tyler Blackett were back out on the grass last week, running and building up their fitness.